Policy in Action Case Study Series

Through our case study series, students work with faculty in the development of case studies focusing on the interaction between government and nonprofit organizations. Please contact cpnl@georgetown.edu to obtain copies.

  • Case Study: Headwaters Foundation – Redefining How Philanthropies Evaluate (2023)
  • Case Study: Let’s GO DMV! The Power of Funder Collaboratives in Philanthropy (2023)
  • Case Study: Funders Together to End Homelessness (2023)
  • New Bedford Whaling Museum: Transforming an Institution, Engaging a Community (August 2011)
  • The Eight Neighbors Partnership: A Case Study in Collaboration (February 2011)
  • The National Housing Trust: From Public Policy Research and Advocacy to Real Estate Technical Assistance and Development (May 2006)
  • Colorado Public Radio: Financing Nonprofit Expansion (December 2005)
  • Transformation at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida and Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida (September 2005)
  • Florida’s Juvenile Justice Coalition: Lessons in Advocacy (June 2004)
  • The Privatization of Child Welfare in Florida: Lessons from the Field (2004)
  • Bread for the City: Reforming Nonprofit Medical Care (2001)